An average film scene will have a couple of various shots lasting around three to five seconds long. The shots cut forward and backward, yet you scarcely ever observe one lasting 20 seconds or more. This system, called the long take, is a shot that is ceaseless and longer long.
As an idea, the long take is basic: it's simply a continuous shot that keeps going longer than an ordinary take would before slicing to another shot. It could be long in connection to alternate shots in the film or (for movies created fundamentally long takes, similar to those of Bela Tarr) it could imply that the shots last longer than the those in the normal film
Birdman is a well known case of this system. The entire film was made to appear as though it was done in one take, regardless of being carefully consolidated.
The GH5 is finally here! With all the hype built around this camera let's hope it lives up to it.
So far I think it just might!
YouTube has undoubtedly become one of the most important tools in the film industry these days. Not only does it serve as a great way to distribute films, it's also one of the best ways to learn new skills to make you a better filmmaker. In this article we'll look at some of the YouTube channels I think every filmmaker needs to be watching and why.
Here are the weeks movie recommendations. One of the best ways to become a good filmmaker I find is to watch and study films, good or bad. In this list we'll take a look at the Oscar winning "Django Unchained" and an indie short that's definitely worth a watch.
Canon are most likely going to be making the official announcement for the 5D Mark 4 sometime next month but should you be excited about it? Should I be excited about it?
This will be a quick guide to get your grading to look more pro like in just a few steps. Be warned that if you follow this quick guide, you will be spending a bit more time in your post but on the other hand you will have much better thought out grades from now on.
Hi, I'm Kevin, an opinionated filmmaker, colourist, animator and artist. I work mainly in the TV/Web Commercials industry and I'm a the founder of Rocket Rooster and Co-Founder of Whiteshore Studios.